Mike Berry, president of Hillwood Properties who spearheaded the company's Alliance development in far north Fort Worth, will be inducted into the 2013 North Texas Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame in May.Berry and the Caroline Rose Hunt Family, which built Rosewood Hotel & Resort into a world-renowned luxury hotel management company, are this year's honorees.Berry is being recognized for his work to develop the 17,000-acre master-planned Alliance project for Ross Perot Jr.As Hillwood president since 1988, Berry leads all management, operations and transactions and is the company's representative among public-sector entities for Alliance. The development encompasses nearly 32 million square feet, more than 300 corporate residents, 30,000 employees and more than 7,700 single-family homes.AllianceTexas has generated more than $40 billion in economic impact for North Texas.The Caroline Rose Hunt Family operates the Rosewood Corp., which invests in real estate, oil and gas, private equity capital, and ranches through three subsidiaries: Rosewood Resources, Rosewood Private Investments and Rosewood Property Co."Mrs. Hunt and her family and Mike Berry have brought worldwide acclaim to North Texas for their exceptional hospitality management and innovative property management concepts, respectively," said Chris Teesdale, chair of the 2013 hall of fame dinner.The North Texas Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame is celebrating its 25th year. The Hall of Fame dinner will be May 2 at Brook Hollow Golf Club. The event is sponsored by the North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors.Other hall of fame honorees have included Trammell Crow, Henry S. Miller Jr., John M. Stemmons Sr., Angus G. Wynne, John Carpenter, Roger Staubach and the Henry S. Miller Co. Gerald Hines and Jeff Hines, who lead Hines, one of the world's largest international real estate firms, and Granite Properties CEO Michael W. Dardick were the 2012 recipients.UP buys 13.8 acresUnion Pacific Railroad has bought a 13.8-acre tract from Lewis-O'Donnell Llc. in east Arlington near the General Motors plant.The property has six buildings leased to Builders FirstSource, which has occupied the property since 1999.The property was listed with SCM Real Estate Services of Arlington, but it wasn't being actively marketed because the local seller was waiting on a renewal decision from its longtime tenant.The property, zoned industrial manufacturing, is at 3403 E.. Abram St. the corner of Abram and Great Southwest Parkway.Builders FirstSource's main building totals 77,845 square feet. The complex also includes a 7,952-square-foot vehicle maintenance building, a 5,867-square-foot hardware building and three warehouses totaling 46,975 square feet.The main building was built by Sears, Roebuck & Co. for its first Arlington store.Transactions3803 S. Cooper St., ArlingtonSleep Experts mattress retailer has leased this 5,400-square-foot store. Bryan Cornelius and Dave Carter of Venture Commercial represented Sleep Experts. Steve Gray of the Weitzman Group represented the landlord. 5004 Thompson Terrace, ColleyvilleTom Miller has sold a 5,466-square-foot office building to Pete O'Brien of Colleyville. Russ Webb and LeAnn Brown of Silver Oak Commercial Realty represented the seller.2425 Cullen St., Fort WorthBrad Kon Holding Llc. bought this 17,442-square-foot building. Becky Thompson of Lee & Associates represented the buyer. Jamie White represented the seller.616 Arch Adams St., Fort WorthJ. Harold Sewell has bought a 1,727-square-foot office for Sewell Title Co.'s main office. Gary Vasseur and Nathan Vasseur of Coldwell Banker Commercial Searcy Vasseur Group represented the seller, Farris & Gordon. Jackson Wilson represented the buyer.